As President Obama grapples with a complex series of geopolitical issues during his state visit to Australia, he can take solace in the knowledge that his family will be provided for if he is attacked by a man-eating crocodile.

Australian insurer TIO has issued a policy that will payout Aus $50,000 should he suffer a fatal attack by a crocodile. TIO CEO Richard Harding said the policy is a standard insurance product offered by the company, which services Australia’s crocodile-rich Northern Territory.

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